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Humanity and Beyond
40 minutes | Jan 30, 2022
Transhumanism, Neurology and AI | Avinash Singh | #10
Avinash Singh is a post-doctoral researcher at the university of sidney. He is an advocate for transhumanism in Austrialia. His interests are integrating artificial intelligence (Al) technologies with cognitive neuroscience knowledge to explore the cognitive functions, discover the relationships between brain dynamics, evaluate everyday interaction, and make decisions, and develop robust next-generation of brain-computer interfaces.
20 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
Origins of Life | Sukrit Rajan | #09
With BMSIS senior researcher Sukrit Ranjan we dive into the Venus findings and the possible meaning that can be taken from them.
39 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
The Overview Effect | Frank White | #08
Is it possible to change humanity's outlook on everything with just one view? With what has been coined by author Frank White as "The Overview Effect" it just might be a reality.
32 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Cosmobiology | Graham Lau | #07
In this episode we speak with Graham Lau, the Director of Communications and Marketing at Blue Marble Space Institute of Science. We discussed the findings of phosphine on Venus and what it could mean, how science communication works and could be improved and more about Blue Marble Institute and it's programs for those who want to get more involved in space.
25 minutes | Nov 6, 2020
Space Policy | Sophia Jones | #06
We had the opportunity to speak with Sophia Jones, an upcoming astrophysicist at Stanford University who plans on going for her masters in Space Policy soon. She is a Policy Intern at Space for Humanity and Policy co-lead at Sandford Student Space Initiative.
46 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
ISRU | Paul van Susante | #05
In this episode with special guest Paul van Susante, Assistant Professor at Michigan Tech University, we discussed many of the challenges that are unique to Mars for ISRU. Challenges such as: The differences between Lunar and Martian regolith. The ease of extracting water in high enough concentrations from regolith. The technological barriers we need to cross to carry out effective, scalable ISRU on Mars and other planetary bodies.
28 minutes | Oct 24, 2020
Aging | Aubrey de Grey | #04
Today's Guest is Dr. Aubrey de Grey. He is an author and biomedical gerontologist.Aubrey de Grey is the Chief Science Officer of the SENS Research Foundation. He is editor-in-chief of the academic journal Rejuvenation Research, author of The Mitochondrial Free Radical Theory of Aging, and co-author of Ending Aging. He is known for his view that medical technology may enable human beings alive today not to die from age-related causes. He has also contributed to the study of the Hadwiger–Nelson problem.
40 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Science Communication | Rich Cooper | #03
This Episode we had the pleasure of speaking with Rich Cooper, Vice President of Strategic Communications and Outreach at Space Foundation. In this episode Rich talks about his job of communicating about space with the general public, and how his organization is trying to bring more awareness about space to an audience that is normally not immersed in space culture, in addition to his predictions about the future of space travel.
33 minutes | Sep 27, 2020
Dangers of Long Term Space Travel | Job Daniel Livingstone | #2
Traveling in space for long periods of time and living on other planetary bodies is dangerous. With the absence of our Van Allen belts, you will be constantly bombarded with cosmic and solar radiation, as well as many other problems we have not addressed yet. So what can we possibly do to lessen the severity of, or even address, these problems? We speak with Job Daniel Livingstone, the Radiation Safety Officer for Gleneagles Global Hospitals to find out these answers and more.
30 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
Mining Resources in Space | Christopher Dreyer | #01
What will be some of the many challenges of going to the Red Planet and choosing sites beneficial for the a Martian colony? What is ISRU and how would it make long term habitation practical? To find out the answers to these questions and more we spoke with the Associate Director of Engineering at Center for Space Resources Professor Christopher Dreyer
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